Duncan was a shelter dog whose previous name was Peanut Butter. Greta’s dog had always been the most amusing. Duncan’s owner recently adopted him to heal her broken heart after losing her previous dog unexpectedly. The owner was drawn to the dog by his innocent eyes.
She adopted him right away in order to mend her broken heart and give Duncan a new home. He used to work for animal control in Chicago’s northern suburbs. Unfortunately, the dog was discovered as a stray. Greta had heard that he had a previous owner who was cruel to his pet.
It was odd that he still had that wonderful and playful personality that she admired. Duncan would eat the drops of water or snowflakes as if they were food when he went for a walk in the rain or snow. The baby looked adorable as he lunged and bit the snow. When it snowed, he barked and growled.
He had very peculiar water habits. He would always drink from a water fountain, but when Greta took him for a swim, he wanted nothing to do with it. He hated the bathtubs as well. The dog thought of his tail as his enemy and would circle around endlessly to catch it.
He loved the company of humans but was not comfortable with other dogs. When the family moved to the suburbs of Chicago, their subdivision was still under construction. So, he met a variety of workers every morning and made sure he greeted them.
He understood what his owner expected of him and was an excellent companion. He was, however, an excellent companion to Greta’s pet cat, Coco Bubbles. Greta mistook Coco Bubbles for Duncan’s cat. Coco Bubbles was discovered by the dog mama’s friends who were fostering her.
Greta’s dog and cat have been best friends since Greta got her. The owner couldn’t understand how a dog who was terrified of other dogs could love Coco Bubbles. It was simply stunning. They cuddled, played quietly, and never interfered with each other’s toys. Both animals were inseparably linked.